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The 2012 Games could be ruined by sewage discharges into the river Lea
Industrial waste has fallen but retail waste leapt 45%, according to a survey
Nanotechnology risks a public backlash similar to that against GM technology because it is being "developed in a regulatory vacuum", according to fund managers Jupiter Asset Management.
Two projects this year have helped establish soil washing as a cost-effective method of cleaning up some polluted sites, but practical constraints mean the technique is not expected to achieve market penetration on a large scale.
The Environment Agency has admitted that it needs to increase the number of staff investigating the illegal export of household waste.
Caps on British industry in the next phase of the EU emissions trading scheme need to be tightened by up to 33% to deliver the Government's domestic CO2 reduction target, according to a report by WWF.
Land remediation firms are seeing business boom, but is it another false dawn?
With only weeks until the buildings Directive deadline, the ODPM needs to make key decisions
The chemicals industry is trying to change its image by addressing product stewardship
The Government has confirmed plans to place an obligation on road fuel suppliers to increase the proportion of biodiesel or bioethanol in their fuel to 5% by 2010.
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